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was -- got texted a photo as islanded in new york. it was exciting. and just every day it is something new. school just started. that's a good thing. >> before i let you go. you are also in town here for a really special -- the trident. >> yes, i'm working with trident to help promote smiles across america, bringing attention to
made some kind of deal that he would stop the burning if the park 51 islamic center in new york were to be moved? which of these stories will you be talking about tomorrow? >> if they were willing to move it away from that location, we would consider that a sign from god. we have or he has been in contact with the imam in new york city. he has agreed to move the location. >> but from sources in the office of the imam no deal to move park 51 and the man in the middle -- >> i have made this morning contact with the office of the imam and got the commitment to fly out to new york and meet with him in the company of pastor jones to discuss and come to a decision on relocating the mosque. >>> our special guest, imam mohammad mosri. >> rendition is still unchecked. an appeals court tosses the lawsuit that challenges the company that flew its victims. jonathan turley joins me. >>> steven hawking's argument. no god is needed to create a universe. just gravity and quantum theory. our guest, his co-author and david letterman and i play for a possible 2012 presidential candidate. >> it could be
/11. the planes that crashed in washington dc, pennsylvania and new york city. scott wanted to do something special to honor those caught up in the terrorist attacks. and so i developed a project called freedom plaza, which was to use the materials from the world trade center, and make a large north american bald eagle out of it, and it's on the size and scale of the statue of liberty. scott designed the memorial to stand where the world trade center towers had fallen. but the city of new york was already developing other plans for the site, and scott's memorial was not destined to be a part of them. then, late one night, he came up with another, even more ambitious idea. >> well, if we're going to use the steel and the aluminum in an eagle we could use some of the steel in a ship. >> erika: scott was familiar with navy ships. for years he had worked at the aircraft carrier museum "uss intrepid." he presented his idea to his boss, who sent it on to the secretary of the navy. this time, scott's timing was perfect. the navy liked the idea of building a ship out of steel salvaged from the twin
just go with the flow and embrace the brave new world of mood control? we'll ask new york magazine journalist ariel levy and washington psychiatrist dr. brian doyle. >> a.d.m. the nature of what's to come. >> welcome. ariel levy, you authored a cover story for "new york magazine" which we see here "what are you on?" and you described new york today to -- you say sound the alarm, there is a new drug epidemic in town and most of the city wants in on it. in certain circles of new york, it is regular table conversation. we have entered the golden age of self-medication. drugs have become like hair products or cosmetics. this is brain styling, not mind altering, and you have a serious point to make there, but what is the extent of what you see going on in new york? >> well, i mean, i think new york is the same town that brought you woody allen and brought you everybody having a psychiatrist. there not a great deal of stigma to being neurotic in new york. it is accepted to the point of maybe being desirable in certain circles. i think now that these medications are more common, new york
of the three places that were hit on this day nine years ago. new york, the pentagon, and also shanksville, pennsylvania, where a plane went down after the heroes of this day kept that plane from making it to its intended target. we wl be checking in at al three of theselacesre as we remember what happened on this day nine years ao when nearly 3,000 people re killed in the attacks of september 11th. but good morning to you all. i'm t.j. holmesth coming to you this morning from the cnn center in atlanta, georgia. it's 8:00 a.m. where i sit heree this morning. we have ceremonies going to be taking place starting in about 40 minutes new york. we will take you back to ground zero. first, an update on a story that has captured this country's and the world's attention over the past several days, the issue o the proposed koran burning in florida. a pastor there, terry jones, you know his name by now, i just want to give you this update that, in fact, he has minutes ago coming out and saying in a live interview on nbc that there will be no koran burning. he didn't just say it has been suspended,
mergener live in washington, tara, thank you. >>> now to the rough world of xd politics in new york. there was a heated exchange between the republican candidate for governor, carl paladino and a reporter for the "new york post." paladino was upset the "post" sent a photographer to the home of a daughter he admitted fathering out o of wedlock then challenger, andrew cuomo, had an extra-marital affair. >> what's the evidence? you sent another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out, buddy. >> you are going to take me out? >> yeah.Ñi >> how are you going to do that? >> watch! >> are you threatening me? >> paladino said he would provide proof of an alleged cuomo affair at the apprporiate time. >>> and in the california's governor's race republican candidate meg whitman is denying allegations she employed an illegal immigrant as a housekeeper who worked for her nine years. she says whitman knew she was in the country illegally. all was fine until last year, when whitman considered running for governor and fired her with these words. >> and from now on, you don't know me and i
>>> making news on this friday, september 17th. >> killer storm. the new york region is hammered by lightning, rains and wind that turn deadly and left thousands of commuters stuck. >>> one of the nation's best-known hospitals under siege. a surgeon shot and a standoff with the gunman. >>> and all a hoax. a woman attracted global attention with the story of being ambushed and burned with acid. but now admits, she made it up. >>> and good morning, everybody. thanks for being with us. it will be a day of a lot of cleanup across new york city, after getting hit by a storm that brought torrential rain and winds of up to 100 miles per hour. >> this is what it looked like in brooklyn, as it tore off roofs and knocked down countless trees. >> it swept across the entire new york region with little warning. whipping up high winds, flooding and hail. emily schmidt shows us the spots that were hardest hit. >> reporter: just as rush hour hit new york city thursday afternoon, so did a fierce, fast-moving storm. >> i thought it was the end of the world. >> reporter: tornado warnings went out a
emily loyd and the head of department of environmental protection of new york city and appointed by mayor bloomberg to head this agency in 05. the department is responsible for imagining new york cities waist water and treatment, drinking supply, handling hazard materials and emergency x toxicities and removal of those and enforcing cities air and noise codes. they also have substantial responsibility outside of new york city managering 2 thousand square miles of the hudson valley. prior to heading up this agency commissioner loyd served as executive vice president for public affairs at colombia university and was in the administration for ten years and commissioner for sanitation under mayor, jenkins and was ma developer at port an authority and commissioner for traffic and parking for the city of boston. emily, thank you so much. we are so glad to have your energy, your smarts to lead us to this tough topic this morning. thank you. [applause] >> thank you, susan. well, as the only - at least self identifying water system manager from the east coast, i had originally planned br
possible by -- the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, and union bank. >> union bank has put its global financial strength to work for a wide range of companies. what can we do for you? >> and now "bbc world news." as the koran burning row continues, pastor terry route --. -- terry jones goes to new york. one of the three americans accused of spying and iran will not be released. a planning a comeback, pakistan's former military ruler tells the bbc he is forming a political party and wants to lead the country again. and if it is september, it must be toronto, a hollywood a-lister heading to canada for the international film festival. >>> welcome to "bbc world news," broadcasting in the u.k. and around the world. the american pastor who drew international condemnation for planning to burn the car ran up on the anniversary of 9/11 has arrived in new york, where he is expected to meet the iman behind plans for a controversy a mosque near ground zero. pastor terry jones says it may still hap
system and in just minutes new york city mayor michael bloomberg joins tom brokaw on the plaza in rockefeller plaza to discuss the state of the education system. stay tuned for live coverage of that. >> the president hopes a plane for new mexico to visit four states in four days. part business, part politics and includes a big rally on a college campus designed to recapture some of the 2008 obama campaign magic. cnbc's chief washington correspondent john harwood joins us now. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. >> what do we expect? i understand it's a big college rally in wisconsin tomorrow and then just kind of a throwback to 2008, satellite watching . . . . >> it was interesting how he went about attacking it and separate out rank and file republicans and independents. >> reporter: there's no question, he's looking for some of those soft independents who might be leaning republican right now and wants them to know, hey, i want to talk to you. it's the leadership blocking me from making progress on some of the problems and they're the ones that i have got the f
with the imam in new york city. i with the imam here, i will be flying up there on saturday to meet with the imam at the ground zero mosque. he has agreed to move the location. that, of course, cannot happen overnight, but he has agreed to move that. we felt that that would be a sign that god would want us to do it. the american people do not want the mosque there, and, of course, moslems do not want us to burn the koran. the imam has agreed to move the mosque. we have agreed to cancel our event on saturday, and on saturday i will be flying up there to meet with him. >> good afternoon. thank you, and thank you, pastor jones. we have -- all have been witnessing this play out for several weeks, and many of you know that in a few hours the muslim world will be celebrating the adolf hitler festival, the end of the month of raumadan an hundreds of millions of people will be listening to sermons, and the message that would have dominated those sermons would have been the burning of the koran in the united states. i have conveyed my deep concerns to pastor jones and the gravity of the situ
, that he had a promise by backers of that new york mosque that they would move the site. he said he feels that he was tricked and yes, lied to. after the new york imam said he would not let anyone toy with his religion. the evening's strange turns of truth began two hours ago when past tore jones said he wouldn't burn any korans this saturday because he had a deal with the people backing that mosque two blocks from the new york world trade centers not to build. >> the imam has agreed to move the mosque. we have agreed to cancel our event on saturday. and on saturday, i will be flying up there to meet with him. >> and then imam faisal raurvegs the backer of the new york mosque issued this statement "i am glad that pastor jones has decided not to burn any korans, however, i have not spoken to pastor jones or imam musry. we are not going to toy with our religion or any other, nor are we going to barter." then the imam who stood beside pastor jones confirmed no deal had been reached. we've got this story covered from all the angles. kerry sanders has been covering the story from gainesville,
made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. and union bank. >> union baying has put its financial strength to work for a wide range of companies. what can we do for you? >> the american after threatening to burn the karan canceled a plan. the botched rescue in the philippines. did police shoot some victims. a new band of brothers of the u.s. troops surge in afghanistan peaks. are we finally saying goodbye to the super skinny models? the pastor of a small church in florida has been planning to burn a copy of the koran. he now says he has called off the protest. they say a deal has been raised to move the center away from ground zero. the organizers have denied any such agreement, but here is what the pastor had to say. >> i will be flying out there on saturday to meet at the ground zero mosque. he has agreed to move the location. that cannot happen overnight, but he has agreed to move that. we felt that would be a sign that god wants us to do that. the american peopl
in florida told him that the proposed new york islamic cultural center near ground zero would be moved. >> he told me three times that the imam in new york said he would move the mosque. i only have this man's word. that supposed only has the imam's word, but that should be good enough. that's good enough for me. >> after those comments, though, the imam denied ever saying a deal had been reached to move the new york center or why an imam in florida would have the power to make that decision. pastor jones then claimed he had been lied to. he said he would now reconsider his decision to call off the koran burning. last night an associate pastor of the florida church confirmed the burning was only postponed. >> it's been circulated and rumored that information that we were given from the imam is incorrect, or falsified. we definitely don't want to believe that's true. as we said, it's not our plan to continue with the burning of the koran, so as of it, right now, it is temporarily suspended until we get a confirmation on the information we were given, that we have a meeting with the imam in new
ago. >> in new york, tea party ally, carl paladino crushed his opponent for governor, rick lazio, who had the gop's backing. >> kelly ayotte, is in a neck and neck fight with tea party favorite ovide lamontagne. >> for details on these and other races, emily schmidt has been tracking the overnight numbers. emily, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. usually, the day after the primary, we are talking about the matchups set between republicans and democrats. but this morning, it's a different story. it's a difference between the tea party surge and the republican establishment. last night, the tea party pulled off some huge surprises. one of the nation's smallest states is now home to one of the year's largest political upsets. >> no more politics as usual. >> reporter: christine o'donnell, a candidate who had run and lost twice for senate before, won this time. she beat long-term congressman and political moderate, mike castle, with the backing of the tea party and sarah palin. >> thank you, governor palin, for your endorsement. >> the voters of the republican primary have s
to richard engel here in new york. you get the task of bringing all these disparate parts together. what is going on here, how many pieces do we have? >> if you look at it globally, the overall threat level, both to europe, the united states, is according to one senior counterterrorism official, the most severe that he's seen it since 9/11. there is a great deal of chatter out there. chatter means e-mails, phone conversations, things that are floating around in the cyberspace that can be picked up by organizations like the nsa. lots of militant groups are talking about doing attacks against america and against other countries. why now? and i think that's what you have to focus on. al qaeda has made a decision that it's not going to wait around for a big attack. there were many people within al qaeda who thought after 9/11, they can't do something else unless it's bigger than 9/11. after the last attack that failed in new york times square and the one that also failed christmas day when they tried to bring down an airliner, both of those attacks failed. but from al qaeda's perspective, th
. will members take their conversations off the floor. for what purpose does the gentleman from new york rise? >> mr. speaker, pursuant to house resolution 1674, i call up h.r. 847 and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 321, h.r. 847, a bill to amend the public health service act, to extend and improve protections and services to individuals directly impacted by the terrorist attack in new york city on september 11, 2001, and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 1674 in lieu of the amendments recommended by the committee on judiciary, now printed in the bill, the amendments in the nature of a substitute printed in house report 111-648 is adopted and the bill as amended is considered read. the bill shall be debatable for one hour with 30 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority members of the committee on energy and on commerce. 20 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the commi
in the saga of that florida preacher o the man who says he may burn korans today is now in new york. what is he doing here? >>> more stories out this morning from people who lived to tell about that massive fire near san francisco. >>> some rays of light. new numbers suggest the economy may not be as bad as people think, but where are the jobs? >>> good morning, everyone, i'm alex whit and welcome to "msnbc saturday." and today marks nine years since the september 11th terror attacks and hundreds will gather at memorials this morning for those who lost their lives that day. special services will be held at the three sites where hijacked planes crashed in new york, washington, and pennsylvania. ut along with this year's events, there's also controversy. nbc's michelle franzen is live near the world trade center site in newth york city. michelle, with a good saturday morning to you. what's the scene like this morning as of now? >> reporter: well, good morning, alex. certainly people are beginning to gather for the ceremony here in new york this morning. as you mentioned, certainly several c
with the new york imam in charge of the planned islamic center near ground zero and work out a deal. that's what he says. that's what he hopes. we'll have the latest in a moment. >>> also another battle opened in the war against don't ask, don't tell. a federal judge says it violates the constitutional rhts of gays a nd she'll issue an order to halt the policy. what happens now? how did we get from 9/11 being a politics free zone to becoming a talking point for republicans to exploit? the truth is over. oklike conservatives are winning it. let me end with my own thoughts onowbama plans to diffuse the plan and how his opponents refused to join in common cause even on this. let's start with republicans conflating the burning of the koran with the building of the mosque two blocks from ground zero. "newsweek's" howard fineman, also a msnbc political analyst. when you read through the statements mentioned by the three people i'll mention, guinn rich, boehner, and pal it surprises me. each one refuses to take sides with the president against the preacher. they could have said this time the pre
on the piece ran in the new york times, profile of john boehner, house minority leader, talks about his tan and likes to smoke while he plays golf and critics say this is the new york times running interference for the white house on one of the political enemies. >> i don't think that the new york times likes john boehner and i don't think they want the republicans to win the house this november. >> it's a hunt. >> come on, this is magazine journalism today, this is the personality profile every single big person in our culture subjected to that. >> and fund raising-- >> and about barack obama and-- >> at least they don't smoke. boehner and obama smoke. >> jon: we'll take a break while elliss does the research. you've got to check out our new website, keep an eye on the media sections on the watch list and go behind the scenes and listen to some discussions we have here during the breaks, always very interesting. up next, when it comes to religion, do the media play favorites? >> the pope makes a historic trip to visit the queen. the ground zero mosque imam is attended in more controversy.
whip for the tea party in new york where a millionaire from buff hoe knocks off republican party favorite rick lazio for the right to take on andrew cuomo. the question is can karl paladino at least make things interesting? we'll see. and just a couple of days after california gubernatorial candidate jerry brown brought up monica lewinsky, clinton endorses brown. will the campaign rivals and new best buds stand arm in arm on stage? way it too early for this. good morning, i'm willie geist and this is way too early, the show that rode a wave of anti-establishment sentiment into this job. i'm glad you're up with us this morning. shoot me an event mail at way too early at msnbc.com. let me know why you're awake. or you can come text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be a cram session for this wednesday, september 15th. a lot to tell you about today, including charlie rangel brushesing off ethics charges to keep his seat and the mayor of washington, d.c. losing his. plus, a little extra inning
sure what he thinks has been agreed, but he will fly to new york on saturday. we have to assume he has some agreement they are denying. we can see him making another statement. we're not going to hear what he is saying, but we can only assume he was sick to his agreement to not burn hundreds of copies of the crown and -- carranza -- koran. up a call from robert gates pleading with him not to go ahead with the plans. he has come up with a huge amount of pressure, not just from the obama administration, but there are people coming in. he has caved in to the pressure. he will not go ahead with the plans because the islamic cultural center has agreed to moves. they say that is not the case. >> another turn possibly reinforcing the position. the florida imam has been telling reuters news agency that a commitment does exist from new york to discuss moving the islamic cultural center away from ground zero. >> it seems that is a different story. it looks like they are meeting in the middle. they have not committed to moving the cultural center, but they say they will discuss it. this is a past
. >> you have lived internationally, you have lived in cities like new york and beijing, now shanghai. you made a very conscious decision to lend this culture to san francisco as opposed to having it premier as an exhibition at another museum. >> i am very satisfied with the turnout and i lived in new york for 8 years and all of my children were born in new york. i already have the american spirit. i am proud to be here and i really appreciate the spirit of committing to things and being honored and being collaborative. when i flashed back to my career, i think about what an artist can do is a teeny tiny thing. i want to contribute to the hall human society. what art can do is just this tiny bit. >> your invitation has already proven to be a great success and we really look forward to spending time with your sculpture. thank you for being part of "culture wire." >> thank you for being part of this project. >> thank you for watching. join us for future episodes. you can >> welcome to culturewater. in 2001, the san francisco arts commission and tampa does go public library established an art
with the turnout and i lived in new york for 8 years and all of my children were born in new york. i already have the american spirit. i am proud to be here and i really appreciate the spirit of committing to things and being honored and being collaborative. when i flashed back to my career, i think about what an artist can do is a teeny tiny thing. i want to contribute to the hall human society. what art can do is just this tiny bit. >> your invitation has already proven to be a great success and we really look forward to spending time with your sculpture. thank you for being part of "culture wire." >> thank you for being part of this project. >> thank you for watching. join us for future episodes. you can >> welcome to culturewater. in 2001, the san francisco arts commission and tampa does go public library established an arts master plan for the city soon to be renovated branch library. almost 10 years later, the san francisco arts commission has integrated a collection of vibrant new artworks by bay area artists into five new libraries, and there is more on the way. here is a closer look at s
whether it's safe for anyone to go back. i'm russ mitchell. also tonight, in the spotlight, new york's controversial imam makes the case for not moving the planned islamic center further from ground zero. room for compromise? the top house republican says he may be willing to support a tax cut extension that does not include cuts for the wealthy. and wonder woman. she has won more tennis championships than any other player alive, but you've probably never heard her name. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: and good evening. we begin tonight with the latest on the aftermath of that gas line explosion in san bruno, california. here's a look at the neighborhood before and after thursday evening's deadly blast. tonight at least four people are confirmed dead and five others are missing, and there are growing questions about what the utility knew of the danger. john blackstone is in san bruno tonight. john, king. >> king, russ. good news for some residents today. officials are giving permits for some people that lived in about 300 ho
changes everything. but, first, from fox at 3:00 from new york, potentially dangerous weather blowing up the east coast. rain. and some wind. making a mess. this morning in new york city, it was monsoon-like rain. the midland issues has tornado watches and warnings. especially in virginia. across the border in north carolina, they took, look at flooding there. this is wilmington near the coast. and southeast corner of the state. and folks can expect this all over the place. our chief meteorologist is in the weather center. it looks like it moved west. >>reporter: most of the moisture is to the west of new york city and areas to the south. but you are seeing the pictures of wilmington with rainfall since sunday, over 20" in a matter of five days. that is causing big problems. and it is still raining. the new area of low pressure is building. that will funnel the moisture. the reason the moisture is dense is because of moisture from nicole with tornado watch in pennsylvania, delaware and all this rain that is heavy, a lot of leaves on the trees and we will see those knocked off. some of th
? >> my special guests tonight include -- polls have just closed in the state of new york, where controversy plagued democratic congressman charlie rangel is trying to hold on to his seat tonight that he has held on to 45 years so far. he is facing five challengers, chief among them adam clayton powell iv. we're still awaiting results in >>> mr. castle now becomes the latest in the long line of republican endorsed candidate to be moved to an outsider. a conservative challenger this year. twp last hour christine o'donnell addressed her supporters in dover, delaware. >> i can't thank everyone by name because we would be here until midnight. so many people have sacrificed so hard. but i specifically want to thank the 9/12 patriots for laying the foundation and stirring thing up in delaware. the founders values group and all the delaware tea party groups. you are the visionaries and leaders who made this possible. you rallied everyday americans outside the political establishment, brought them involved and created a grassroots network. that made all of this possible. i want to thank
are turning up as some of the biggest winners around. in new york, a lottery retailer has cashed 120 winning tickets for more than $500,000. and in florida there are seven lottery retailers among the frequent winners. including one that has tickets worth $600,000. what's going on? bill spent four years as the chief investigator for the california lottery. he says if a person who sells lottery tickets is winning big, there are just a few explanations. >> plays a lot, wins a lot, or somehow scammed it. and until you analyze it, until you con frofront it, i don't kn >> you don't know. >> the ticket is in the back pocket. >> we followed his team last year as they conducted undercover operations to ferret out undercover lottery tickets. >> we're keeping track of what they are doing and we seek to get them. >> now he's invited us back as he and his team continue to make sure lottery clerks are giving the rightful winners the right news. and when they don't, we'll be giving them the bad news. >> chris hansen with "dateline" nbc news. >> my goodness. are you serious. >> coming up, the scratch-off ti
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